Muromachi Period | Japanese Art History

Art history of Japan's Muromachi Period. This video will cover main events in Japan during the Muromachi period, and how they affected the art of this time. Highlights include the development of Zen temples and gardens, ink paintings, and the Temple of the Golden Pavilion, Kinkakuji.

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This video is a part of Japanese Art History Series by Little Art Talks. Hope you enjoyed it and learned something new. Keep watching more videos in this series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5P9k3ykmuk67bPn0DL1RV5KbGvUZnM1f

Further Reading & Sources:
History of Japanese Art by Penelope Mason
Japanese Art by Joan Stanley-Baker

Mentioned:
Rakuchu Rakugai-zu
Tofukuji sanmon
Zen garden of Ryoanji
Kichizan Mincho
Mokuan
Josetsu - Catching a Catfish with a Gourd
Tenshoo Shuubun - Reading in the Bamboo Study
Sesshu Toyo - Winter Landscape , Haboku
Kinkakuji / Temple of the Golden Pavilion
Ginkakuji / Temple of the Silver Pavilion
Kano Masanobu
Kano Motonobu

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